A Big Dream Is Not A Pipe Dream…

So dream big. Of course, family and friends may think you are not being realistic given certainties on the ground. You know what? Their doubts should be inspirational, just work hard to prove them wrong.

Every great achievement was once a ‘pipe dream’ but the dreamer believed and persisted. The dreamer never gave up when people said, ‘It couldn’t be done’. And when it was done, the doubters believed too.

Have you realized that giving up means never moving forward. But you really want to move forward, don’t you? Then believe in your dream and work hard without giving up to prove that it’s no pipe dream.

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  1. If it is possible for a person to achieve it, given their ability and time left in their life, it is not a pipe dream. I’m 47, and it would definitely be a pipe dream for me to become an A-list actor in Hollywood. I’m too old and have very little acting talent.

    I wrote a short essay (800 words) called “The Idealistic Dreamer: Risking Everything with No Plan B.” If you would like to read it, I am open to any feedback: https://christopherjohnlindsay.wordpress.com/2017/11/25/the-idealistic-dreamer/

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